The Good, The Bad, and The Gorgeous
This was pretty cute, actually.
Granted, he used the pants to make pants, the shirt to make a shirt and the jacket to make a jacket, which means for the most part, all he really did was tailor his outfit to fit her, but still, it was cute.
And it looks fit and finished, which is more than you can say for a lot of the entries. But those shoes! What kind of mo are you, picking those shoes for that outfit? For shame, Raymundo.
And this was another disaster from Marla.
The only good thing we can say is that it at least looks like clothing, which is more than you could say about her last entry. That bib-like top is unflattering and ugly and the frilly little trim makes it worse. She looks like she’s wearing a napkin for a skirt and a placemat for a top.
And why is she damn near naked? Marla certainly had enough to work with. What’s the point of all the exposed skin? She looks outrageously uncomfortable.
Credit where credit’s due: this was absolutely gorgeous and could have been the winner easily.
Not a word of criticism will pass our lips. This really is perfect. We don’t know what he did to that denim, but somehow he made it look far more expensive than the outfit he started out with.
The layering in the skirt looks chic and stylish…
…and the jacket is perfectly fitted (although we would have preferred it was a little longer in the front). Kudos, Daniel!